On your own: how to start, develop, and manage a new business
Over three million new companies are founded annually. For the owners to survive the initial start-up stage and actually turn a profit requires patience, drive and determination. On Your Own helps new business owners find their niche for successful ventures.
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A HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE
SELFASSESSMENT AND THE ENTREPRENEURIAL PROCESS
CHARACTERISTICS AND BACKGROUND OF ENTREPRENEURS
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